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Along with the holidays comes an abundance of temptation –mounds of mashed potatoes and stuffing, trays of mouthwatering sweets, and piles of fresh, home baked treats–all conspiring to break your will and bust your waistline. New research shows that adults gain an average of one pound between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.
That’s less than the common wisdom, but the problem isn’t the amount–it’s that once it’s on, we tend to keep it and accumulate more the following year. Twenty pounds later, we’re wondering what went wrong. This year, cast aside that crash diet you’ve planned for the new year. Planning a radical crackdown on your eating habits only encourages binge eating during the days leading up to your diet . . .
When To Use
Dealing with the temptations! Realistic goals, food preparation, eating strategies, understanding moderation, tips and tricks for winning the holiday food battle
How to Use
General education, health unit displays, brown baggers